Microsoft Common Data Service

The Microsoft Common Data Service connector provides read and write access to the Microsoft Common Data Service, which contains data for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and can also store data for custom Microsoft PowerApps.

Use the Microsoft Common Data Service Connector to:

  • Integrate with applications like Microsoft Talent that store their data in the Common Data Service
  • Integrate apps you’ve built with Microsoft PowerApps
  • Replicate data from the Common Data Service to a local database for reporting

The Microsoft Common Data Service Connector includes support for:

  • Discovery of objects in the Microsoft Common Data Service
  • Multi-factor authentication is available when using a Microsoft Azure Active Directory account to connect
  • Wait and retry on Microsoft Dynamics 365 rate limiting
  • Custom objects and custom fields
  • Create, read, update and delete operations
  • Defining relationships between objects for powerful query operations
  • Bi-directional integrations, data loading, and migrations
  • Viewing and validating picklist values through an easy-to-use interface

Connector Documentation:

Microsoft Common Data Service

Distributor:

TIBCO

The Microsoft Common Data Service connector provides read and write access to the Microsoft Common Data Service, which contains data for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and can also store data for custom Microsoft PowerApps.

Use the Microsoft Common Data Service Connector to:

  • Integrate with applications like Microsoft Talent that store their data in the Common Data Service
  • Integrate apps you’ve built with Microsoft PowerApps
  • Replicate data from the Common Data Service to a local database for reporting

The Microsoft Common Data Service Connector includes support for:

  • Discovery of objects in the Microsoft Common Data Service
  • Multi-factor authentication is available when using a Microsoft Azure Active Directory account to connect
  • Wait and retry on Microsoft Dynamics 365 rate limiting
  • Custom objects and custom fields
  • Create, read, update and delete operations
  • Defining relationships between objects for powerful query operations
  • Bi-directional integrations, data loading, and migrations
  • Viewing and validating picklist values through an easy-to-use interface

Connector Documentation: